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Keep It Up! 2.0

  • 12/21/2018

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    Keep It Up! 2.0 is an online and interactive individual-level intervention. It is delivered via computers or tablets, and uses a variety of content (e.g., videos, interactive animation, and games) to increase HIV knowledge, motivate and teach safer behaviors, and instill selfefficacy for HIV prevention strategies. The intervention consists of seven modules based on a particular setting or situation relevant to YMSM. The modules include developmentally appropriate behavior change content. For example, a soap opera -style video following diverse YMSM highlights the risks of assuming a partner’s HIV status and monogamy in relationships. The importance of HIV testing, skills for negotiating condom use, and the limits of serosorting among HIV-negative YMSM are also topics discussed. Booster sessions are provided three and six months after the intervention. The first booster provides information on biomedical prevention strategies and focuses on the importance of repeat HIV testing. The second booster focuses on HIV prevention in romantic relationships. During each booster, participants are given the opportunity to review prior content and update previously set goals.
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